This weekend, F1 heads to the Hungaroring for the Hungarian Grand Prix. Practice goes down on Friday, followed by more practice on Saturday, qualifying later on Saturday, and race on Sunday.
In NASCAR, Monster Energy and Xfinity Series turn their steering wheels both left and right for a weekend of action on the beautiful, flowing turns of Watkins Glen. Monster’s practice begins midday on Saturday, followed by qualifying that evening and the race on Sunday. Xfinity’s qualifying and race all happen on Saturday.
The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship heads to Road America in America’s Dairyland. If you’re in attendance at the track, enjoy a cool New Glarus for us. Qualifying rolls out midday on Saturday, followed by the race on Sunday afternoon.
Finally, on Sunday evening, Blancpain GT World Challenge coverage in South Korea airs, and the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series ties a flannel around its waist for an evening of action in Seattle.
Check out the schedule covering all of these over at Racer.com
Bubba Wallace secured his first pole position in his NASCAR Cup Series Career on Saturday at Michigan International Speedway, being the only driver to eclipse the 190mph barrier. The pole was also the first for his team, 23XI Racing, since they starting running last season.
McLaren is offering the discerning few an opportunity to throw a McLaren GT around a frozen lake in Finland (plus enjoying a luxury stay with excursions and gourmet meals).
Named after it’s ingenious folding wing design, the Switchblade hopes to succeed where so many others have failed. On its website, Samson Sky allows people to reserve Switchblades in advance.
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